Udacity Includes New Hiring Partners for Its Self-Driving Car Degree

by SpeedLux

Over 13,000 people applied for Udacity‘s “nanodegree” on self-driving automobile innovation.

Working with self-driving vehicle engineers is rapidly becoming the tech industry’s biggest difficulty.

On Thursday, online education business Udacity said that 10 more companies have signed up to employ graduates from its program on self-driving vehicles technology. BMW, NextEV, LeEco, McLaren, and others are signing up with existing hiring partners like Mercedes Benz, Nvidia, Otto (obtained by Uber), and Didi Chuxing.

News of Udacity’s self-driving vehicle “nanodegree,” a little curriculum focused on a single topic, surfaced this summer, and the company opened applications for the program in mid-September. Ever since, it has got over 13,000 applications from prospective trainees, the company stated on Thursday.

The first associate, comprised of 500 students, will begin the program later on this month. A second group, of 1,500 trainees, will start next month, and a group of 2,500 in December.

Working with for self-driving vehicle technology jobs has observed an uptick recently. According to information from Indeed Hiring Lab, there are over 100 companies planning to employ in that field, with over 2,000 readily available jobs listings as of present month.

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